The Rebellion Cometh

The Oct. 9, 2006, edition of Bacon’s Rebellion is now available online. Click here to visit the home page. Click here to get your very own free subscription and never miss an issue!
The headliners include:
Seventy-Five Years
Virginia’s system for building and maintaining roads has changed little in three quarters of a century. Some people think it needs more money. Others think it needs an overhaul.
by James A. Bacon

Fair and Friendly?
Or rigid and regulatory? Voting for an amendment that discriminates against unmarried households is no way to improve Virginia’s business climate.
by Doug Koelemay
Grow Your Spinach!
Food safety is like water — it’s one of those things you take for granted until you don’t have it. A food distribution system based on regional produce would be far easier to keep safe than what we have now.
by EM Risse
First Things First
If you want Virginia children to improve their reading test scores, stick with the basics, like phonics and… more time reading.
by Chris Braunlich
Vote Yes to Marriage!
Here are ten reasons to protect the institution of marriage in the Virginia Constitution.
by James Atticus Bowden

Recycling Discredited Reforms
Tim Kaine’s pre-school initiative is just the latest in a series of educational “reforms” that won’t work. The only one that will: Empower parents to select their childrens’ schools.
by Lil Tuttle

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One response to “The Rebellion Cometh”

  1. Anonymous Avatar

    Yay, another edition of several in-depth articles on transportation and education policy and James “Gays are not real people, and their families are phony” Bowden.

    One of these things is not like the other…

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